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Marchlyn is a working farm situated on the A493 Aberdyfi Road, two miles from historic market town of Machynlleth. The farm, benfits from all ensuite accommodation, which comprises of 1 single, 2 double and 2 family rooms.
Scenic Views to Sea - 4 star Georgian B&B, Southern Snowdonia, nr Dolgellau opposite Barmouth. Beach 5mins walk from B&B. The Mawddach Trail, Wales Coastal Path, Blue Lake, & Sensational sunsets. Great Walks & Cycle trails.
A secluded cottage set in open countryside, yet only 2 miles from Aberystwyth. Traditional accommodation with full modern amenities and facilities and close to the beach at Clarach Bay.
A warm welcome awaits you at Hendy, situated in the Snowdonia National Park. Enjoy Bed and Breakfast on a working farm with the privilege of its own halt on the Talyllyn Narrow Gauge Railway!
Guests staying in the Dormy Bungalow enjoy discounted rates on their green fees, especially for a multiple nights' stay. 4 twin en-suite rooms.
Situated within Snowdonia National Park in a peaceful part of Mid Wales, Gogarth Hall Farm offers peace and tranquillity that is rich in wild life and a haven for rare birds.
Merton Villa, our friendly, family-run Guest House that dates back to1884, when it was commissioned as a Manse by the Minister of the Wesleyan Methodist church. It has been sympathetically refurbished, retaining many original features.
Tony and Joan welcome you to the Helmsman Guesthouse. Offering delightful accommodation in a prime location in Aberystwyth, Ceredigion, Wales.
Brigydon is without question one of Aberdovey's finest houses. Our Five Star Grading and GOLD AWARD by Visit Wales is testimony to this. Your Aberdovey Accommodation at Brigydon includes stunning views, beautiful gardens, secure car parking
Cartref is a stylish and comfortable guest House in the picturesque sea side village of Aberdovey. Our aim is to provide 4* comforts on a small scale for the visitor who wants restful, contemporary interiors while still enjoying the charm
A friendly coaching inn serving good home cooked food, real ales and offering en-suite accommodation
Talybont Bed and Breakfast, set in rural Ceredigion between Aberystwyth and Machynlleth, just off the A487, Llysmeirion offers 4* (VisitWales) accommodation.
Harry's Hotel and Restaurant is ideally located in the heart of Aberystywth, a busy University Town. Enjoy the delights of Harry's restaurant where Chefs, uses only the finest local ingredients.
A warm welcome is assured at this luxury Welsh speaking guesthouse. Situated just off the promenade near the town centre. All rooms are en-suite with colour television, tea/coffee making facilities and furnished to a high standard.
Luxury Welsh hotel situated at the centre of Aberystwyth's promenade in Ceredigion. Inviting, fresh and stylish with 8 bedrooms featuring LCD televisions, wifi and Egyptian cotton linen. Seafront terraced restaurant serves local food.
The Marine Hotel is a family run hotel on the prommenade in Aberystwyth. Overlooking the seafront, most of our en-suite bedrooms have magnificent views of Cardigan Bay.
Fron Haul offers central, seafront bed & breakfast in the picturesque village of Aberdovey (Aberdyfi), with views over the beautiful Dovey estuary and mountains beyond.
A sympathetically restored Edwardian property originally designed in the style of the traditional ‘London Gin Palace,’ situated in the old town of Aberystwyth, just a stone's throw from the castle grounds.
A warm welcome at Dyfiview B&B with fabulous views over the Dovey Valley and the Snowdonia National Park. Comfortable, spacious and modern accommodation within walking distance of the centre of the historic town of Machynlleth.
The Wynnstay Machynlleth is a charming old Coaching Inn. The restaurant appeals to gourmets, hungry locals and travellers. Open fires, log stoves, excellent wines and real ales. "This one is different", said Martin Bright in The Observer.